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Songs of Our People, Songs of Our Neighbors
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Songs of Our People, Songs of Our Neighbors

July 1 2020, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Please join us for the third of now FOUR special evenings filled with musical nourishment. This livestream conversation and concert features Rabbi Yosef Goldman

Yosef is co-director of Hadar’s Rising Song Institute. Raised in a mixed Orthodox Ashkenazi and Mizrachi home, Yosef has taught and led prayer in some of the most spiritually vibrant and creative prayer communities in the United States and Israel. Along with trombonist Dan Blacksberg, Yosef was selected by the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts for its 2018–19 Jazz Residency. His first album of original music, Open My Heart, was released in fall 2019.

“Songs of Our People, Songs of Our Neighbors” explores music from varied Jewish traditions and diverse cultures, from the historic and traditional to the contemporary and re-imagined.  More information is available on the The National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH) Facebook page.

You can watch the concert live on the NMAJH Facebook Page or on the NMAJH Homepage.

  • June 17, 6:00 PM, with Joey Weisenberg, Founder and Co-director of The Rising Song Institute.
  • June 24, 6:00 PM, with Deborah Sacks Mintz: musician, educator, prayer facilitator.
  • July 1 at 6:00 PM, with Yosef Goldman, ba’al tefillah, synagogue consultant, and Co-director of the Rising Song Institute.
  • NEW! July 8 at 6:00 PM, featuring Clinton Fearon, a Washington State Native, Jamaican Born Reggae Artist in live performance, and discussing similarities and differences between Judaism/Rastafarianism as well as Rabbis and Rastas.

This event is co-sponsored by BZBI, Hadar’s Rising Song Institute and NMAJH

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